Memphis Botanic Garden
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The Botanic Garden of Memphis is massive in size as it contains 31 speciality Gardens such as the pre-historic plant trail where you will visit the stone caves, look at buried fossils and learn about the history of dinosaurs. You will have a transformational sensory experience at the fragrance…
The Memphis Botanic Garden is a 96-acre botanical garden located in Audubon Park. Memphis Botanic Garden is open to the public daily, where guests can take a stroll through various gardens on the grounds. Get lost in nature in the middle of the city.
An amazing outdoor place that often organizes events, concerts and parties. Offers children's and adult painting classes for a fee.
You can walk for a long stroll or drive. Has nice cafe and beautiful gardens. A must see for tulips in the spring.
A beautiful way to spend the day in Memphis. If you have children there is plenty for them as well.
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